Yes means yes and no means no — it just isn’t that complicated, but there seems to be confusion each day. Recently I was checking out a new post on my friend Paul Bagge’s Ecstatic Sensations Facebook page and saw a post from Project Consent and I clicked to check it out. Once I got to the page I was hooked and I kept scrolling down the page to check out more and more posts – they have a great selection of information on the page and so far, I’ve noticed they update it on a very regular basis.
So I was intrigued and it was clear that I had to ask the people behind the scenes to be on Ready for Love radio, so I set them a message with an invitation to be on the show with me. In this podcast, you will meet Sara Li, the nineteen year old founder of Project Consent.
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Some Things We Discuss
- You have an organization called Project Consent – tell us what it is
- The oddity of running a viral global organization at 17
- Your perspective on healthy relationships/love as a college student, director of Project Consent, etc
- The personal reason why you started Project Consent
- How Project Consent changed your personal life
- What were your friends/peers reactions to Project Consent
- What has been the hardest thing about your work?
- What has been the most rewarding thing about your work?
- Would you like to share your most unusual experience?
- What about your work, makes you happy to wake up every morning?
- What proved that this work was what you were meant to do?
- What are some suggestions you have for people to turn their life around?
- What do you personally want/need from an intimate relationship?
About Sara Li and Project Consent
I’m a nineteen year old sophomore at the University of Kansas where I am studying journalism and creative writing. Aside from being your “typical” student, I also run a global non-profit called Project Consent that has the average monthly viewing of 400,000 people from around the world. Project Consent aims to raise awareness about sexual assault and to support survivors in every country. The very unique thing about PC is that I started it as a high school junior and it’s not run by a corporation or institution; it’s a network born out of my childhood bedroom and it’s one of the leading organizations against sexual assault. Aside from PC, I’m also a writing contributor (MTV, Elite Daily, Thought Catalog) and a blogger (omfgsara.com) and someone who looks to empower others. I was SheRa Mag’s December covergirl for Positivity and Empowerment and have a lot of interesting tidbits of advice and philosophy from my professional and personal life.
Project Consent Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Personal: @saruhli
- Project Consent: @consentproject